Fading presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren weighed-in Sunday on the country’s ongoing discussion regarding abortion; calling the procedure a fundamental “human and economic right.”
“Abortion rights are human rights. Abortion rights are economic rights. And I will never stop fighting to defend those rights,” posted Warren on social media.
Abortion rights are human rights.
Abortion rights are economic rights.
And I will never stop fighting to defend those rights.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) February 9, 2020
The Senator is trying to regain momentum after six women abruptly quit her campaign in Nevada; accusing her team of fostering a “toxic work environment.”
“I believe these women… I apologize personally that they had a bad experience on the campaign,” said Warren.
Sen. @ewarren blames America’s “legacy” of “racism and oppression” for her campaign staff creating a “toxic work environment” for their minority staff pic.twitter.com/yf29uW10l7
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) February 7, 2020
“I’m very aware that racism and oppression in this country have left a long legacy, it creates the kind of toxicity where power structures, people take advantage of other people, it’s something for which we have to be constantly vigilant,” she added.
Watch Warren’s comments above.
SEN. WARREN: Kavanaugh Confirmation Threatens the ‘LIVES OF COUNTLESS WOMEN’
Sen. Elizabeth Warren took her full-fledged war against President Trump’s Supreme Court pick to the next level this week, bizarrely stating Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation would threaten the “lives of countless American woman.”
Warren released a scathing op-ed article Wednesday blasting Judge Kavanaugh’s judicial philosophy; stating he would take women “back in time” should he join the US Supreme Court.
We cannot go back to the time of back-alley abortions. But that could happen if Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed to the Supreme Court and helps overturn Roe v. Wade. We must #StopKavanaugh – the lives and futures of countless American women are at stake. https://t.co/ScOgbd3diB
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) September 12, 2018
“We cannot go back to the time of back-alley abortions. But that could happen if Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed to the Supreme Court and helps overturn Roe v. Wade. We must #StopKavanaugh – the lives and futures of countless American women are at stake,” writes Warren.
Read her full op-ed piece here.
WATCH: Elizabeth Warren Confronted Over ‘Abortion Bill’ in Iowa Town Hall
Firebrand Senator and potential 2020 Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren was publicly confronted Friday over her stance on late-term abortions across the United States; telling a packed audience that “infanticide is illegal.”
Warren was speaking in Iowa when she weighed-in on her Universal Childcare proposal and a ‘Medicare for All’ healthcare scheme; saying “If it’s your grandma, or it’s you, or it’s your niece’s baby, we’re all going to pitch in as equals so we can be there for each other.”
Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is confronted in Iowa for voting against Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act which would protect babies who are born alive after surviving an abortion pic.twitter.com/YfH9xQKo5P
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) March 1, 2019
“What about the babies that survive abortion? How come they can’t have healthcare?” asked one audience member.
“Infanticide is illegal everywhere in America. Infanticide is illegal everywhere in America,” said Warren.